Return of the Georgetown Cuddler!

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It seems that the Georgetown Cuddler has struck again. On Sunday, a young woman awoke to find a strange man sitting next to her. “She said she was laying on the couch and all of a sudden someone walked in and sat down next to her and she jumped up and told him to leave and he did right after but it’s been happening a little too often,” recounted a friend of the young woman, who apparently speaks in run-on sentences. The Cuddler, whose modus operandi is to enter unlocked houses and spoon with sleeping women, has been the bane of District police.  No one seems to know who he is, or what he looks like and he has been able to avoid law enforcement, thus far. Georgetown University, in an effort to protect its female students, has ramped up the search for the Cuddler and is keeping the campus informed of any developments.

Kirk is a Maine-born, military brat who moved no fewer than 12 times during his childhood. He came to the DC area in 2004 for his undergrad and decided that it was the place for him. Since graduating, he’s nabbed a job with the Fed and spends most of his free time hunting for cheap thrills in the city. Find out why he loves DC.

One thought on “Return of the Georgetown Cuddler!

  1. First off, I really appreciated Tiffany’s post about calling the g’town “cuddler” what he really is.

    But Kirk, your piece today was upsetting and misleading:

    “She said she was laying on the couch and all of a sudden someone walked in and sat down next to her and she jumped up and told him to leave and he did right after but it’s been happening a little too often,” recounted a friend of the young woman, who apparently speaks in run-on sentences. The Cuddler, whose modus operandi is to enter unlocked houses and spoon with sleeping women.”

    The perp’s MO is to scare, violate the privacy and safety, and in some cases try to rape young women. It’s a more than spooning, as Tiffany rightly pointed out in her post. The picture of happy, hugging people didn’t help, either.

    You have an opportunity as a DC-based blogger to alert the community to this predator without downplaying the seriousness of the situation.